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Rawls College Faculty and Staff Honored with Mortar Board Apple Polishing

Fifteen Rawls College of Business faculty and staff members were honored with the Texas Tech University Mortar Board “Apple Polishing” recognition. Recipients of this award were selected by current Mortar Board members for their commitment to academic excellence and integrity, and the roles they played in positively impacting student growth. Congratulations to the following Rawls […]

Dr. Ronald K. Mitchell Becomes a Wheatley Institution Fellow

Dr. Ronald K. Mitchell, Professor of Entrepreneurship and the Jean Austin Bagley Regents Chair in Management, joins a select group of business and academic leaders who have been named Fellows of the Wheatley Institution at Brigham Young University. The Wheatley Institution Fellowship results from Dr. Mitchell’s distinguished career in both business and academia. “To be […]

Area of Management and ILR Welcome Dr. Lucy Gilson

The Area of Management and the Institute for Leadership Research welcomes Lucy Gilson, Ph.D., University of Connecticut, to present “Virtual Teams Research: Ten Years, Ten Themes, and Ten Opportunities” to students. Dr. Gilson will speak Thursday, Feb. 26, from 2-3 p.m. in Rm. 291. About Lucy Gilson, Ph.D. Lucy Gilson is a professor at the […]

“Fear of Terrorism Hastens Path to Burnout for Israeli Workers” – Dr. Yitzhak Fried

This story was provided by George Watson, senior editor for the Texas Tech University Office of Communications and Marketing. Rawls College of Business professor, Yitzhak Fried, examined how the fear of terrorism led to insomnia. Despite the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, and some subsequent smaller acts of terrorism on United States soil, most Americans […]

Supply Chain Students Network with Recruiters at TSCA Breakfast

Students in the Rawls College’s Supply Chain Management Program were able to interact and network with supply chain recruiters during the Tech Supply Chain Association Breakfast, sponsored by Briggs Equipment, at the Spring 2015 Rawls Career Expo last week. This semester’s breakfast brought together 65 students and 25 hiring managers from 12 different companies seeking […]

“The Security and Exchange Commission: A Good Ambassador for the U.S.” – Franco Parisi, Michael Ijeh and Myrna Yamel Lopez-Avila

Visiting International Scholar Franco Parisi and two Rawls students, Michael Ijeh and Myrna Yamel Lopez-Avila, recently discussed the Security and Exchange Commission and its involvement with the Chilean capital market. As Visiting International Scholar, Parisi, who is from Chile, works with students in the Rawls Business Leadership Program and his Finance course to discuss current […]

Mark Davis Bailey Details Entrepreneurship and Core Values to Rawls Students

President and CEO of The Original Pancake House in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Mark Davis Bailey spoke with Rawls College student leaders about his entrepreneurial background and the importance of valuing Associates (employees) in today’s business environment. Despite graduating from Texas Tech University in 1983 with a degree in Architecture and being offered an architectural […]

Rawls College Welcomed George Anders

This story was provided by Emily Gardner, media relations intern for the Texas Tech University Office of Communications and Marketing. New York Times Best-selling Author and Journalist Discusses Job Market: George Anders spoke to Rawls College of Business students Wednesday. Empathy and human touch are important to the changing job market, a journalist and New […]

Supply Chain Students Place in the Top-Four at the Annual Operation Stimulus Case Competition

Four Supply Chain Management students represented the Rawls College during a Supply Chain Team Case Competition at the Operation Stimulus Conference last week in Denver, Colo., earning a top-four finish. Alexandria Lyon, Beau Vernon, Alicia Castillo and Josh Camp competed against teams from 15 other universities, where they had to develop solutions to real-world supply […]

Dr. Shelby Hunt Honored as American Marketing Association Fellow

Through his years of research, student engagement, and involvement with the professional and academic marketing community, Dr. Shelby Hunt, Jerry S. Rawls and P.W. Horn Professor of Marketing, is being honored as a member of the inaugural American Marketing Association (AMA) Fellow cohort. The AMA Fellow designation is given to individuals who have made significant […]